The Intimacy in Californian Massage

moving into deep of the heart

Loris Castagnoli shows a technique during Californian Massage Foundation Training – Atlantida (Gran Canaria)

A few days ago I was talking with a friend about the intense intimacy that I create in the relationship with the people come to get my massage. I create the conditions so that they feel in a safe, secure space, their personal space where they can afford to go deep in.

This is a sacred space, not only for those who come to me, but for everybody. This usually means that after sometime the massaged come into a relationship very confidential and intimate with me because they feel safe and trusted. This confidence is the first step to begin a deeper path.

Technically what happens when going in trust, is that the 5th chakra (accordingly with 5th subtle body) jiggles melting disturbed energy forms enabling you to move toward the center of the chakra letting to contact a space of unconditional trust. From here the rings of 4 lower chakras start to vibrate inside the 5th body and begin to move the energies of the first four subtle bodies. It has an energy transformation that is the beginning of a healing process.

Here is the importance of trust, in therapy as in general in life. That’s why one of the powers of the Californian Massage is intimacy.

Create a space of confidence.

Create a sacred space.

It’s a wonderful life

 

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Naturism & a real social life.

the sl naturist

I was at a (pop) concert recently and was surprised by the number of people living the experience ‘second hand’. That is, they were mainly watching it through the screens of their smart phones!

Look at any bus queue, sit on any public transport, and we’re all addicted to the devices, texting, surfing the net, and unaware of our surroundings, unaware of the life going on around us.

Go to a sports arena and it’s the same. Rather than watching the game, we’re texting friends to say how good the game is (how do we know, faces buried in our phones?).

I guess there are some remaining areas where the smartphone takes second place in life. I’d imagine out on the golf course might be one, where the players mark their cards, take their shots or walk with their buggies. For the duration of the game, they’re focused on the…

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